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Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Ljay, Apr 20, 2010.

  1. Ljay

    Ljay Micky's Packin

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    School me,, I want to learn how, Which version first? Training CD first, or just dive right in to the full version,

    I,m between jobs right now, with a little time on my hands,:whistling:
     
  2. rscottk90

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    I could teach you alot lol. Kinda hard without being there. If you buy it its gonna cost ya. Not a cheap program. But being between jobs there are lots of ways to earn some money with the program if ur good with it. Get cs3 or cs4. ima see if i can find something i did and put it up here...

    heres all you need to know, do them, but remember what ur doing so u can apply it to other projects. http://www.tutorialized.com/tutorials/Photoshop/1

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  3. area727

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    There are many free tutorials on how to do different things in Photoshop, from text effects, working with pictures, etc. Just google Photoshop tutorials.
     
  4. MavsX

    MavsX The Dude Abides

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    what about the gimp ? free photoshop
     
  5. Linux3

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    A good idea. Photoshop is real expensive but if you are planning a career in graphic arts it's almost ubiquitous.
    I would consider GIMP and GIMPShop add on that makes GIMP work like Photoshop.
    http://www.gimpshop.com/
     
  6. Pierre!

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    Looked really cool... it doesn't function correctly under Windows 7 however!!!

    I guess I'll stick with good ole Gimp for now... but it was worth a shot.